The Citizen has taken an editorial decision not to republish the outrageously insensitive cartoons, but I can provide further context through the history of the publication that is Charlie Hebdo. Kurdi paid tribute to her nephew by signing the wall and leaving a message in both English and Arabic, reading:
Analysts said a deal between the two would put pressure on Johnston Press, which publishes newspapers such as the Scotsman and the Yorkshire Post, but could come up against regulatory concerns.
On this day of remembrance, September 11, United Airlines Flight 902 en route to San Francisco was forced to return to Frankfurt, Germany due to a bomb threat. All luggage and people on board were searched but nothing was found. Nobody was detained in the incident.
Apple is now selling iPhones on installment plans, giving customers the ability to pay a monthly charge for a phone and upgrade to a new one every year. The four major carriers in the US already offer phones on installment plans, but Apple’s new “iPhone Upgrade Program” provides yet another option that might be better
Meanwhile, the Rough fire, the largest active fire in California, exploded to more than 110,000 acres on Thursday, forcing the evacuation of staff and visitors from a large swath of Kings Canyon National Park east of Fresno, fire officials said.
The unit has $115 billion under management, including the company’s own plans and portfolios of clients around the globe, GE said.
The clearances open the way for GE to finalize the transaction early in the fourth quarter as the company continues a corporate shift back to its industrial roots after a previous diversification into the finance sector.